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Rite Aid Pharmacy Reviews

What is it like working at Rite Aid Pharmacy?

A learning experience.
Pharmacy Technician:
Pros: It was a great learning experience but I feel undercompensated for the work I do.
Cons: Lack of compensation for the amount of work I perform.
I love working at rite aid.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPHT):
Pros: Helping out the customers. Making sure they get what they needed.
Cons: For all the work we do the techs should get paid a lot more than they do.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPHT):
Cons: My boss is incredibly rude and disrespectful towards those around him. He is very inflexible with scheduling when it is given months in advance.
Flexible schedule.
Pharmacy Technician in Center Moriches:
Pros: My pharmacy manager allows flexibility. I am in nursing school so availability changes every 6 months. I work every Saturday and two evenings out of the week.
Cons: Minimum wage pay is ridiculous. I've been in management full time and made much better pay, but left the company when I had children. Now that I'm in school part time it helps to have a job that's up the road from my house and flexible...
I put up with so many rude customers and co-workers and tell them how I fell when they do things one way, and how it could help me do my work if they did it another way but I'm not ever listened to.
Cashier in Ferndale:
Pros: One co-worker that is friendly and helpful above anyone else there no matter what, if he didn't work there, i would've quit long ago.
Cons: Minimum wage for maximum effort, I come home exhausted from physical work and drained mentally from being unappreciated and unheard by management
Putting patients first.
Pharmacy Technician in Greeley:
Pros: My patients mean the world to me
Cons: Lack of pay and truly caring about their employees
Pharmacy Technician in Toledo:
Pros: I love my pharmacy unit. I am appreciated by our pharmacists
Cons: The pay is not worth the unbelievable levels of stress. You could fold clothes at Target and get paid substantially more per hour and that is just wrong.